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ZQN Airport Monthly Passenger Update – OCTOBER 2015

By Nina Jensen

Passenger growth was strong on both domestic and international flights in October with total passenger volumes increasing by 18.3% with school holidays, Golden Week, Labour Weekend and Jazz Festival helping boost domestic and international travel activity.

International passenger numbers were up 34.4%, showing strong growth across all trans-Tasman routes, particularly Melbourne.  

Double digit domestic passenger growth (13.7%) reflected an increase in capacity and passenger volumes, particularly on the Auckland-Queenstown route.

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